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Digital Health - Science and Discussion

Slides, videos and articles on the application of digital health in cardiology

There are a wealth of slides, videos and abstracts available in the ESC Congress resource library, ESC Congress 365. The ESC Digital Health Committee has made a selection from here and other meetings of interest.



Remote monitoring of cardiovascular disease - are we not already there?

Implanted-monitoring-COWIE.jpgFindings from a five year study with Heart Failure patients which highlights that clinicians today need evidence and not just a philosophical change when looking to integrate Digital Health. Martin Cowie, Imperial College London - United Kingdom

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Managing your own condition - experience of Digital Health in the Netherlands

Eyck.jpgFighting long-term conditions: Patient-centred solutions using self-care platforms and technology, in collaboration with patient associations, care providers and health insurance companies. Arthur Eyck, Selfcare Supported - The Netherlands

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Managing your own condition - the Scottish way

Wake.jpgIntegrating data across a national system to empower patients, optimise face to face appointments and harness patient data. Deborah Wake -  Clinical Lead for MyDiabetesMyWay, NHS Tayside – Scotland

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Big Data: Big Promise?

Rhee.jpgHow IBM Watson Health is utilising Big Data to support healthcare professionals and give doctors more quality time with their patients. Kyu Rhee IBM Watson Health – US

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Detecting atrial fibrillation via existing smartphones without any add-ons

Afib-smartphones.jpgSmartphones can be used to detect atrial fibrillation with existing hardware. A low-cost app has been developed that uses the phone&'s own accelerometer and gyroscope to check for atrial fibrillation.

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Adapting HCP education for eHealth innovation

 

Tony Young, National Clinical Lead for Innovation NHS England - UK

eHealth is here, but are we ready for it? How NHS England is adapting its education and training processes to prepare for a new world and the new challenges healthcare providers are facing.

 

 

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